Opinion: Argentina’s overwhelming decadence

The need to agree on a Moncloa Pact to revert decades without growth has been put on the table again in the last few days. The origin of the phenomenon and how other countries overcame it.

By Roberto Cachanosky

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The first thing that President Alberto Fernández has to achieve is to dialogue with his vice-president because the government is divided between the hard Kirchnerism and Alberto Fernández; it is enough to remember the audios of Fernanda Vallejos saying . . .

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